Microsoft Designer, the graphic design application with AI integration, has just announced official support for DALL-E 3, a powerful generative AI by Microsoft. This integration enables users to create images effortlessly by providing text commands that guide the AI in generating images based on the given instructions.
The announcement was made on X, the platform previously known as Twitter, signaling Microsoft's ongoing commitment to enhancing AI capabilities across its applications. This focus is not limited to Microsoft Designer; the company is actively working on expanding the capabilities of Copilot, another significant AI asset.
Microsoft Copilot, powered by the advanced GPT-4 system, is a versatile tool that can be implemented in various Microsoft applications, including Teams, Edge, and Outlook. It can execute commands through a chat window, further demonstrating Microsoft's strategic investment in AI technology.
However, Microsoft's embrace of generative AIs, especially those creating images based on web content, raises concerns and invites criticism. These AIs have faced scrutiny for potential unfair competition and concerns about the use of web content without proper consideration for profit motives or exploitation rights.
As Artificial Intelligence continues to establish itself in various sectors, it brings about significant changes in the business landscape by reducing reliance on human capital. While the United States is already taking steps to regulate AI, the European Union has privacy regulations in place to address some of the potential challenges. However, there remains a crucial need for a comprehensive legal framework to adequately protect workers in this evolving landscape.